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in washington. the fbi arrived in benghazi wednesday, three weeks after the attack, but spent only about 12 hours there. we're back with dan henninger, and also wall street board, matt comiskey and bret, foreign policy has said to be a big edge for president obama. is that edge eroding maust of libya and the middle east. >> i think it is eroding and time the president to get credit for policies that don't exist. >> there's focus on the kind of bureaucratic blunders made both prior didded especially prior to the attack and not sufficiently securing our diplomatic security there. >> it's an important issue? >> it's a democratic issue. >> paul: don't we have to keep our diplomatic issues secure? >> yes, but it's not the largest issue. i think these congressman, darrell issa will be making a mistake if they don't make the point this is president obama's 3 a.m. call. and they knew our facility was under attack and our ambassador was missing and their instinct was, let's do nothing, let's ask for libyan government-- >> why would that-- what does that tell you about obama foreign policy, what coul
to the fbi. he worked for the gray campaign and admitted he helped pay brown to stay in the race for brown to verbally attack then- mayor fenty. the judge said she considered brock's past and the help he gave to others over the years and took into consideration the help that brookes provided the fbi as it continues to investigate the gray campaign. that is why she did not sentence brocks to time in jail. well, we should point out that mayor gray has said many times in the past that he did not participate in any illegal activity. still tonight, the u.s. attorney continues to look into his campaign. back to you. >> and this story is not over yet. matt ackland, thanks for the update. >>> staying in d.c., this is a question. are city officials keeping a close enough eye on all of the revenue being brought in? d.c. council committee is looking into that question today. recently, there is some concerns about how some properties are assessed. how records are kept, and if enough taxes are being collected from property owners. william davilla was called before the council n charge of the tax office
right. >>> we're going to start with an amber alert in colorado. the fbi has joined the search for jessica rodriguez, last seen leaving for school yesterday morning. she never arrived. clayt clayton sandell is on this story. clayton? >> reporter: good morning to you, dan. 50 police officers, including the fbi, are search right now, overnight using bloodhounds in temperatures that near freezing. and no sign of jessica. a desperate search under way for a 10-year-old last seen nearly 24 hours a ago. the last time anybody saw jessica was 8:30 friday morning. she left to walk three blocks to meet friends for a walk to school. a route she did every day. but she never got there. when jessica didn't show up for class, the school called her home. but jessica's mother, who works the overnight shift was asleep. she didn't get the message. that delayed her calling police for nearly eight hours. >> when we start with a delay as substantial as this, the distance she could have wandered even on her own, it just gets huge. >> reporter: police say jessica's weather, who lives out of state, is i
developments in the search for the 10-year-old colorado girl who vanished on her way to school. what the fbi is asking people to look for now. >>> plus the latest in the growing meningitis outbreak we've been paying such close attention to. it is all happening now. jenna: very happy friday to you, everybody, i'm jenna lee. jon: and i'm jon scott. the race for the white house intensifies after sparks fly at the one and only vice-presidential debate. more on that in a moment. first let's see where the presidential contenders are today. president obama off the campaign trail, spending the day at the white house. just over an hour from now, governor romney attends a rally in the battle ground state of virginia. the latest "real clear politics" poll average shows the president holding a very slim lead over governor romney in a head-to-head matchup. four years ago, president obama won that state. 13 electoral votes up for grabs in virginia with 270 the magic number needed to win but last night all eyes were on kentucky, home of the only vice-presidential debate this time around. the faceoff betwee
and everything from taxes, the economy, to abortion, to libya. >>> also this half hour, from colorado, the fbi is asking the public for any help in finding the kidnapper of 10-year-old jessica ridgeway, as police work to identify what is believed to be her body and not in one piece sadly. >> not the ending anyone wanted for the story. >>> this morning, new evidence the housing market is heating up there. homes getting snapped up in days. even the return of bidding wars. some positive economic news. >>> and later, whitney houston's daughter bobbi kristina with a bomb shelf announcen't about her engagement. her fiance is someone very close to home, extremely close to home. we're going to have it all coming up in "the skinny"." >> huh, bizarre story there. again, is it -- is it really what it is? or little promotion for the reality show that is coming out in a few days later this month. we'll let you decide that one. >>> but first, the one and only vice-presidential debate last night. joe biden, paul ryan walked out onto the stage. both ready to rumble. >> the two men snickered, s
with an amber alert in colorado. the fbi has joined the search for 10-year-old jessica ridgeway, last seen leaving for school yesterday morning. she never arrived. abc's clayton sandell is in colorado this morning and on this breaking story. clayton? >> reporter: dan, good morning to you. right now, at least 50 police officers, including the fbi, are continuing their search, overnight, using bloodhounds in temperatures that were near-freezing. still, there has been no sign of little jessica ridgway. a desperate search under way for a 10-year-old last seen nearly 24 hours a ago. the last time anyone saw jessica ridgeway was 8:30 friday morning. she left home to walk three blocks from her westminster, colorado, home to meet friends for a walk to school, a route she did every day. but she never got there. when jessica didn't show up for class, the school called her home. but jessica's mother, who works the overnight shift at a tech company, was asleep. she didn't get the message, which delayed her calling police for nearly eight hours. >> when we start with a delay as substantial as this, the
, the fbi is trying to determine whether jessica's disappearance is linked to the sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl in wyoming. >>> this morning we are learning dramatic new details about last month's attack in libya that killed u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans, all of this taking place ahead of a major congressional hearing set for later today. the state department says several groups of men lost a sustained assault without warning armed with machine guns, more tars, rocket propelled grenade. state department officials are backing away from early administration claims that anger over the anti-muslim video is what sparked the rampage. major reversal there. >>> politics this morning, 27 days left until the big election in november. mitt romney joined on the campaign trail last night in ohio by new jersey governor chris christie. given the critical role that that state plays in this year's election, romney is devoting much energy there ahead of next tuesday's debate. >>> meanwhile, president obama is back in the white house, after his campaign swing through the st
for a little girl who vanished on her way to school. where fbi agents and police are focusing their investigation. >>> and a deadly meningitis outbreak spreading. why health officials believe thousands of people could be at risk. what you need to know, all "happening now." jon: and a good tuesday morning to you. that means election day is four weeks from today. can you believe that? a big surge for governor romney in the race for the white house to tell you about. i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee. we're getting a look at more brand new polling which shows mr. romney's strong debate performance last week may be resonating with voters. take a look at this. this is thepew poll of likely voters. governor romney now holding a four-point lead over the president. the governor trailed the president by eight points in the previous poll. and among likely women voters governor romney has closed a huge defender -- gender gap with the president. both candidates even at 47%. compare that to the same poll taken in mid-september before the debate. take a look at that gap. go
doing what he was trained to do. bill: ivie leaves behind a wife and two young children. the fbi saying he and another agent who survived by the way were shot by friendly fire. martha: all right. moving onto this story in politics again. the potential new scandal that is facing the obama campaign. why a government watchdog is now saying that president obama may have accepted some illegal donations. big cover story in the mainstream press on this. we'll detail. bill: you just mentioned this. governor romney's debate win wasn't big, it was historic. we'll tell you about new polls that prove that. with three more debates to go we have must-see tv ahead of us, america. bob and andrea are on deck right after this music: "make"" music: "make someone happy" ♪it's so important to make someone happy.♪ it's so important to make meone happy.♪ ♪make just one heart to heart you - you sing to♪ ♪one smile that cheers you ♪one face that lights when it nears you.♪ ♪and you will be happy too. martha: well a stunning surge in gas prices across california. right now the statewide average
that the fbi and federal prosecutors are looking into pressing charges against jackson. attorneys met with prosecutors earlier this week in an effort to persuade them not to indict jackson. the illinois congressman has been on medical leave from congress since june. >>> this morning bank customers across the east coast made be affected by a data breach. td bank has begun notifying more than 250,000 customers telling them their data may be compromised. a spokeswoman says that back in march some unencrypted backup data tapes were misplaced in transport including things like social security numbers and account information. so far there are no reported cases of identity theft. >>> right now the shuttle "endeavour" continues to slowly move through the streets of los angeles as it travels to the california science center. late last night the process was delayed for a few hours as crews prepared for it to cross a major overpass. crews also had to take down power lines for a short time leaving hundreds of people without power for that time. >> a tight squeeze there. >> it was a tight squeeze.
with muslims and we had it with the fbi director last year when he met with muslim groups. it's one thing to create diversity transformation, but it's another thing to use taxpayer money for these things when it's not what the agencies are about. it's clearly inappropriate. >> this is the agriculture department. what does this have to do chanting our forefathers were immigrants? fine. what does chanting that have to do with the mission of the u.s. department of agriculturagricul. i don't understand na. >> absolutely nothing. what happened is over the years there was some discrimination aat the usda. then they brought in a program called pickford, and billions were paid out on fraudulent loan applications in the usda. the usda put into effect during the obama administration to try to reach out to minority groups. that's a worthy goal, but you don't do it with taxpayer money when it's irrelevant to the mission of the agency. frankly, it's something to be done in a different way. >> this has a gsa feel to it. it has nothing to do with the ag department's mission. it's wasting taxpayer money.
, but this is america. it's freedom of speech. >> reporter: metro went to court after receiving what it called very fbi threats over -- verifiable threats over the poster. there is a fear that free speech or not, the ads could trigger more violence. >> even though you have the right to say it, doesn't mean you have to say it. >> i believe even though it might be going up in the d.c. area, other countries internationally look at the united states and be like, why are you allowing your people to do this? >> a metro spokeswoman says the posters will be up before the close of business tomorrow. >> audrey barnes, thank you. >>> a health alert regarding the deadly meningitis outbreak. the pharmacy that distributed a steroid linked to it has recalled all its products. they say the move is only a precaution and there is no indication other products have been contaminated. as of today, there are at least seven deaths and 90 confirmed cases. a complete list can be found on the cdc's web site. >>> fighting a growing epidemic. bullying. >> a community comes together to help a little girl victimized by a grownup bu
- year-old. she disappeared last friday while walking to school. the f.b.i. and police discovered the body near what is described as an abandoned mining shack. >>> pakistanis are outraged by the shooting of a 14-year-old peace campaigner by the taliban. the nation's first national peace award winner is in critical condition after taliban gunman boarded her school bus and shot her in the neck and head. the teenager has fought the taliban since she was 11 when she took a stand in favor of educating young girls. earlier today a number of pakistanis marched in the streets in a show of support for malala yousafzai. >>> stay with us. 9news now returns in two minutes. >>> good morning. welcome back to 9news now. it's 5:15 on this friday eve, thursday morning. a cool start. yesterday was about 58 degrees. this morning it's 52 degrees here in northwest d.c. >> we have low to mid-40s once again north and west. it's going to be tomorrow night when we could have patchy fog around the region i believe. the fall season upon us. going to be a good weekend by the way to go to the pumpkin patch. s
controversial ads yet. on thursday, lawyers for metro told the judge that the fbi was investigating a threat of violence if d.c. put up the ads. but the judge citing first amendment rights went ahead and ordered those signs be posted in metro stations by 5:00 today. the ads paid for by the american freedom defense initiative say "in any war between civilized men and the savage, support the civilized man. support israel, defeat jihad ." many people say they're offensive because they basically equate muslims with savages, citing concern from three u.s. security agencies, metro wanted to delay displaying the ads until after the protests in the middle east over the "innocence of muslims" film subsided. the sponsor sued to put them up immediately and won. riders have mixed feelings. >> in our civil society, the first amendment has the greatest protection. the government needs to protect the speaker and for those who say they want to engage in violence, we'll arrest you for engaging in the violence. >> they should be allowed on free speech grounds, but i think it's irresponsible. >> it's kind of a
the attack four americans dragged out and murdered there, we tried to get back. remember that story, the f.b.i. couldn't get back for weeks to the exact sight. >> brian: they were staying there 24 hours. >> steve: apparently there was -- this is where the white house in one of the instances fell down. they needed coordination between the libyans and department of justice and f.b.i.. the white house should have made that happen. they did not. people are starting to connect the dots. it looks like a cover up. last night on the bill o'reilly program. brit hume sat down with bill, smells like a problem for the white house. if this president were a republican, this would be a big story on all of the channels which currently it is not. >> certainly it is fair to say if it was a republican president. >> they would be going wild. >> a huge to do not only in the security and intelligence failure and senate cover up. that trail would be picked up it has fallen to fox new to follow up. >> pbs news did a good job. it comes down to cheryl. >> she is a very good reporter and that is one phase of the story.
seriously. the lapd and fbi are on the trail of the mystery white powder, which turned out not to be anthrax. >> you do a 360 around the package where it came from that can give you lead. >> reporter: meanwhile bristol was doing the pasodoble, her dance for survival. >> bristol get the aggression out it works! >> reporter: nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> a lot of twisted people in the word. wow. >> my goodness. don't vote for her. don't have to send her white powder. >> relax, everybody. it is a dancing show. woo. more from abc next. powder. >> relax, everybody. it is a dancing show. woo. more from abc next. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- unprecedented attack. state department officials reveal vivid new details of last month's deadly assault in libya. >> the information comes ahead of a key hearing today on capitol hill. it's wednesday, october 10th. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >>> good wednesday morning. i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. >> always good to have you back, sunshine. >> good to be here. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. we'l
a week ago. jessica was last seen leaving school -- leaving for school, that is. an fbi spokesperson says they will not rest until jessica's killer is caught. as for the community, they will come together for a balloon release later on this afternoon to celebrate young jessica's life. >>> on to pakistan now. three more suspects are under arrest in connection with the shooting of a teen activist. already over 100 people have been detained in that attack. the young girl is fighting for her life in a hospital. shot by taliban for speaking out for her right to go to school, supporters gathered all over pakistan to pray for her recovery. >>> back in the u.s. now, a troubling incident at president barack obama's campaign office in denver. police say a shot was fired at the office yesterday, shattering the window. people were inside the building at the time but luckily no one was hurt. police say they don't have a suspect yet but they are investigating a possible suspicious car last seen at the scene. >>> the aclu says some students in a michigan school district are not reading at grade level. s
weapons. abc news learned that he told detectives and the fbi, hey this is a game. however, the officials are puzzled whether he meant the questioning or the stuff in his checked baggage. and officials are still trying to figure out how he managed to fly from china to korea to japan and on to los angeles without being stopped by security. >>> a plea deal reach in the case of a colorado student shot after she wandered into a house drunk. zoe ripple pleaded getty to felony trespassing. her record will be wiped clean if she stays out of trouble. the colorado university student claims sunny was given a date rape drug the night she ended up inside the stranger's house. >> really scary things can happen p it is so important to keep -- your bearings about you. and -- and really be conscious of what you are doing and what other people are doing. >> ripple was shot in the hip after she showed of in the homeowner's bedroom and was repeatedly warned to leave. the homeowner was not charged. >>> two people are dead after a parking garage collapsed on the campus of miami-dade college. a short time ago,
that are active and we have four dead americans at a compound that as a member of congress i can't visit. the fbi had trouble getting in there to visit it. so that's -- it's still a problem. >> jason chaffetz, going to be an interesting hearing tomorrow, thank you very much for previewing it today. >> up next, sentencing day for jerry sandusky. you're watching "andrea mitchell reports" only on msnbc. getting the right amount of sleep not only improving your mood, enhances learning, memory and health. daily exercise can help you get a better night's rest. for the average adult doctors recommend getting seven hours of sleep. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! and these come together, one thing you can depend on is that these will come together. delicious and wholesome. some combinations were just meant to be. tomato soup from campbell's. it'
she was last wearing. the fbi is on the case as well. bloodhounds joined the search over the weekend. in terms of the community i can tell you personally what it's been like here. i live here in westminster. i don't live too are from where jessica disappeared. i've been out and i've seen her face just about everywhere and i'm going to send things back to you right now. jenna: nice to hear a personal perspective on this story as well. alicia, thank you very much. alicia acuna in colorado. meantime we'll run to some other breaking news out of virginia today where we see governor romney. jon: that's right, jenna. governor bob mcdonnell of virginia just finished his introduction. you notice all the white. these are cadets at the virginia military institute, a historic and highly regarded private military college that offers a lot of, feed as lot of officers to our military institutions. vmi in lexington, virginia. governor romney selecting it as the site of his foreign policy speech. let's listen. >> -- fireless -- tireless campaign companion, governor bob mcdonnell. he goes all over the
. >> when you had computers in the fbi that were 10 years old that weren't talking toker ocomputers the cia? that should have been correct would. >> meanwhile, mitt romney has a spring in his step after both of these debates, he was proud of paul ryan and obviously proud of his own performance at his debate. is he in ohio with renewed energy. >> i have had the fun of going back and forth across ohio and this week i was also in florida and iowa. i was in north carolina, in virginia. you know what? there is a growing yes send doe of enthusiasm more energy and passion. people are getting behind this campaign. >> i thought he was going to go howard dean there. i thought it was about to happen'. >> i was waiting for it too. >> he kicked -- >> if only howard came on the stage and. >> the romney campaign does say three times in the last couple of weeks they have had over 10,000 people at their events which is a big big number to cross. >> a little over 20 days to go. can you believe it? >> um-huh. >> can it come soon enough? >> all right, in the meantime, let's get to your headlines. more news to
department is doing its own review. the fbi is doing a criminal investigation as to not just who perpetrated the murders of these four americans, but also what went wrong when state department officials ignored warnings or not. so all of that will come out eventually. we'll see if it come out before or after the election. megyn: we'll have much more on this coming up in a bit. the vice president went a step further about libya and put the blame squarely on the shoulders of the intelligence community for the susan rice sunday talk show our where they blamed the assassinations on a video which we know is not true. he answered for the first time where they allegedly got that information and he put that on the intel community. ralph peters will explain why he says that claim directly contradicts the way america's intel community works. when the vice presidential debate was over there was nothing but praise for the vice president's performance beginning with president obama himself. >> i thought joe biden was terrific. i thought he made a strong case, and i really think that his passion for makin
dangerous, volatile and unpredictable things were in libya, as for the investigation on the ground, the fbi says they continue to coordinate with the state department, justice department and the defense department it figure out exactly what happened and who was responsible. but remember that the fbi wasn't able to get boots on the ground there for about three weeks after the raid when they'd already left the country. back to you in new york. >> peter doocy, thank you so much for that update. let's get the rest of your headlines now, we have to tell you about the rare fungal meningitis outbreak, seven time have died and 60 others are sick. it's spread across nine states and latest case ins ohio and minnesota. c.d.c. has linked the outbreak to steroids commonly use today treat back pain and those shots have been recalled and doctors fear that thousands of patients may have been exposed to this fungus. we've been updated now on the terrifying tour bus crash in new jersey and police say 23 people were hurt when the bus overturned on a highway exit ramp in wayne, new jersey. eight of them critic
facilities geared and we need to work hard to make sure those facilities are protected. >> the fbi shows up at a crime scene. is it too late to gain anything relevant from the site? >> i think it will be difficult. the compound was set on fire. any evidence will likely be destroyed. getting witness statements will be difficult. public and make changes to how we are defending these facilities. but it is important that they are there. i think we will learn some things. we will probably never get all the answers but we want or will need surrounding this case. host: there was a congressional hearing on what happened. one of the big topics was the level of security there. what did you learn from the hearing, and what is a concern for you as far as the level of security that was guest::it is hard to say. it would not have mattered if there's one, five or 10 security officers there. the level of suspicion of these attacks will have far exceeded what we normally would put into a compound such as that. that is how we all these attacks were. every day, to under 75 facilities worldwide. try to balance
and weren't even in circulation yet. the fbi said a large amount of newly designed hundreds were taken from a plane at the philadelphia international airport on thursday. they have new anti counterfeit features including a disdisappearing liberty bill. they are due out next year. >>> police are calling this man the beanie bandit. he was caught on video robbing a bank of america in sunnyvale yesterday afternoon. police say he is white, 25 to 30, 5'5'' to 5'8'', blue eyes and the beanie. they think he has robbed other places. >> if you have a ticket purchased through america can could be canceled. a number of flights will be affected. they will cut about 31 a day. though said it'll not impact holiday travel . >> so many move to the south bay that it needs a new area code so starting next month most -- some new areas will get a 669 area code. you will have to change the way you dial even if the number doesn't change. you will need to add 1-408 to the beginning of each south bay phone call. >> it's kind of weird. 669, feels like out of town. >> if you live in the current area there you will
pickering, a former statesman leading this, looking into it, the fbi has an investigation in addition to this congressional one. it's key to understand. because this was a tragedy. >> okay, so joe by your assessment did somebody in the state department make a mistake or was this a series of mistakes in several places, or can this be classified as a mistake? >> i think it's too early to call this a mistake. we're living in a volatile world. the middle east is in turmoil. and the middle east across the region for decades has consistently received threats at its embassies at its missions, its consulates. this is a tragedy. and the state department is the first agency interested, most interested in protecting its personnel overseas. but to determine now in the heat of the oversight and understanding what happened on the ground and the information gathering, it's still too early to tell. i really hope that we can respect the outcome of the legitimate investigations that are under way before we determine this. >> okay. was vice president biden right when he responded to criticism by pointin
of what did you know at the very moment. part of the problem is, when you look at when did the fbi actually get there to find out exactly what took place? i believe what happened was there was such a desperation to get an answer out that explains it. i remember early on you heard all kinds of examples, in terms of, oh, it was a protest, it was linked to what happened in egypt. then you had 9/11. the last thing folks want to own up to is we don't know or we have to find out. and i think frankly, that played a huge role in this. and this is why it was so confusing when you heard so many conflicting stories as opposed to waiting to get out of the facts. frankly, they didn't. that's why you have these different stories. i heard ambassador susan rice, what did she say? she said what we know today. you're going to hear a lot of that. we knew -- at the time we thought it was this, now we learned. >> but they were, you know, jumping to that conclusion rather quickly. actually, lenny, romney took advantage of that very early on. do you think that he is going to continue to use that now duri
. the fbi is having an investigation, more of a criminal investigation into who's responsible. state department, also, secretary clinton, has appointed an independent investigation with a real high-level panel to find out what happened and make recommendations, most importantly, how to prevent this from happening again, zoraida. >> at the end of the day, that is the most important thing. thank you so much. elise labott, live in washington for us. >> it is 17 minutes after the hour. we want to get you up to speed on all the top stories. here's christine romans with that. >> thanks, you two. the election is now 26 days away. the next big event, of course, the presidential campaign is on tap tonight in danville, kentucky. the next big event of the campaign. joe biden and paul ryan will square off in the first and only presidential debate. biden's expected to be in attack mode as he tries to make america forget about president obama's forgettable deba performance against mitt romney last week. cnn's coverage of the vice presidential debate begins tonight at 7:00 p.m. eastern on cnn and c
. why does the fbi come with reservations to investigate mergers and versus the state in some communities and the whole issue of who has jurisdiction is like one of the issue is why we are on the hill today dealing with violence against women t figure out how can the tribal government be able to have jurisdiction to be able to protect their women and children from perpetrators and another issue that you deal with as a foundational peace in your book is you talk about the welfare act you mentioned a little bit about the adoption in the high number of children and foster care. we are waiting for this decision that is coming out in south carolina about the indian child welfare and i think people who are policy decision makers should read this book because it has the ground and principles on the issues we are dealing with today. in a few minutes we have left i wanted to be able to -- what are those policies and what were you thinking when you include those in the book and what were your hopes? >> guest: a lot of people want a lot of indian studies 101. how does sovereignty work? t
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